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Trio Charged in Kent County, Del. Burglary Spree

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Dustin Z. Crew Dustin Z. Crew
Michael A. Rebuck Michael A. Rebuck
Sierra L. Young Sierra L. Young
KENT COUNTY, Del.- Delaware State Police have arrested three suspects in connection with a series of burglaries and thefts alleged to have occurred in southern Kent County.
 
Police said that earlier this month, detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit at Troop 3 began investigating a series of burglaries that were occurring in the Felton, Milford, Houston, and Farmington areas of the county. Investigators said these incidents, which began in mid-March, occurred primarily during the daylight hours as the suspects would break into the homes and remove jewelry, cash and electronic devices.  The suspects would then take the merchandise to a local pawn shops where they would receive cash for the items, police said. Authorities said there were a total of nine victims in this crime spree.
 
Police said that during the investigation, 23-year-old Dustin Z. Crew of Camden, 38-year-old Michael A. Rebuck of Milford, and 19-year-old Sierra L. Young were identified as the suspects after a citizen provided detectives with a registration number to a vehicle observed in the area of one of the burglaries. 
 
Detectives obtained warrants on the three and initially took Rebuck and Young into custody on Tuesday, April 30.
 
Rebuck was charged with nine counts of second-degree burglary, theft of a firearm, 10 counts of theft, theft of a firearm, two counts each of second- and third-degree conspiracy, two counts of theft by false premise, two counts of receiving stolen property, two counts of selling stolen property and six counts of criminal mischief. He was ordered held in default of $70,000 secured bond.
 
Young was charged with two counts of theft by false pretense, two counts of receiving stolen property, two counts of selling stolen property and second-degree conspiracy. She was released on $7,000 bond.
 
Crew was taken into custody on Friday, May 10, and charged with nine counts of second-degree burglary, theft of a firearm, 10 counts of theft, two counts each of second- and third-degree conspiracy and six counts of criminal mischief. He was ordered held on $70,000 secured bond.
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